Miami Criminal Defense Lawyers
A Firm Dedicated to Your Defense
The attorneys at Jurney & De La Grana, P.A., are dedicated to the defense of those charged with or under investigation for the commission of state or federal offenses. We are counselors, strategists, and advocates for a wide variety of individuals at all stages of criminal proceedings. Few things in life are more daunting and intimidating than facing criminal prosecution. It is important to be prepared. Having a competent and experienced attorney by your side is imperative. We pride ourselves on also providing compassionate representation and helping your family navigate the criminal justice system.
Time is of the essence in all criminal matters. The United States Constitution guarantees all persons accused of a crime certain rights and it is crucial to have an experienced attorney by your side at every stage of your case. Whether you have been formally arrested or are under investigation the attorneys at Jurney & De La Grana, P.A., are here to help. We will ensure that your interests and Constitutional rights are protected at all times.
At Jurney & De La Grana, P.A. we handle every case with individualized care and attention. We understand the stress associated with being arrested and charged with a criminal case.
Contact us now at (305) 600-3555 to receive a free consultation with a compassionate and experienced Miami criminal defense attorney. We are ready to fight for you.
Criminal Defense FAQ
Do I Need a Criminal Lawyer if I Plan to Plead Guilty?
Yes. Regardless of whether you plan to plead guilty or not guilty, you have rights that need to be protected by an experienced lawyer. The criminal legal process can be complex and stressful, so it’s important to have someone on your side to guide you through to the completion of your case and pursue the best possible outcome for your situation.
I’ve Been Arrested. Should I Talk to the Police?
No! The police are not your friends, and trying to talk your way out of custody is not going to work. The best thing you can do in this situation is to politely (but firmly) decline to answer any questions until you’ve contacted an attorney. The Fifth Amendment exists to give you the right to remain silent, so make sure you exercise that right.
What's the Difference Between a State Crime and a Federal Crime?
Crimes may be prosecuted at either the state or federal level. If you commit a violation of a state law here in Florida, your case can be prosecuted within the state court system. Federal crimes, no matter where they are committed, are crimes against the laws of the entire country. These crimes are pursued in the Federal court system by the U.S. Attorney's Office.
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